ARTH526 - MAT & METHODS MED ARCH

The art of Greece and its neighbors from the time of Alexander the Great to Roman dominion of the Mediterranean (c. 323 to 31 B.C.). Focus on painting and sculpture from major centers such as Alexandria and Pergamon.
Section 401 - SEM
This course is intended to familiarize new graduate students with the collections of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the wide range of scholarly interests and approaches used by faculty at Penn and neighboring institutions, as well as to provide an introduction to archaeological methods and theory in a Mediterranean context. The course is required of, and designed for, new AAMW graduate students, though other graduate students or advanced undergraduate students may participate with the permission of the instructor. For AAMW students, this course is paired with a required Museum internship to be carried out as a separate course in the following semester.
F 0130PM-0430PM
TARTARON, THOMAS F.
WILLIAMS HALL 741
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  • CLST526401